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Figures reveal Scottish Borders Council’s staff cut by a quarter since 2011

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And the Braw Lad and Lass are ...

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

£10,000 Jedburgh benefit fraudster given supervision order

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launch of a taxi initiative promoting crimestoppers unique service. From left, Ian Hamilton, targer cabs, Peter Murdoch, sbc taxi inforcement officer, Tony Broatch, sbc taxi inforcement officer,  inspector John Scott, p.c. John Lennon, community beat officer, Jack Carig, chairman of lothian and borders crimestoppers and Paul Richardson, sbc community safety officer.

Cabbies sign up to report crime in confidence

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Closing Hawick High Street to cars could be way ahead, meeting told

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Susie gives Midlem ladies the needle

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Motocross bikes stolen in Selkirk

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Leaders sought for new emergency crew

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Unlike 2017 Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Kieran Riddell ' and every one before him ' this year's main man will emerge with a flourish from the Victoria Halls instead of the town hall doors.

Tradition changes for one year only

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Former councillor Bill Lamb, who died last week, aged 81.

Bill could light up a room – once literally!

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New enterprise agency could put Borders on road to better future, meeting told

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The A68 was closed for almost three hours north of Carter Bar after a motorcyclist was involved in a collision with a deer.

Motorcyclist in hospital after collision with deer on A68 near Camptown

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The A7 was closed for around two hours near Newmill following the collision.

Collision closed A7 for two hours

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No crisis, insists council despite region’s pothole woes worsening

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A train on the Borders Railway.

Old train track could be in line for planning protection

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£10,000 Jedburgh benefit fraudster given supervision order

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Jedburgh Sheriff Court.

Hawick benefit fraudster given curfew order over £24,000 payout

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Richard Wales.

Borders antiques dealer fined £1,000 for trying to sell tiger’s head and claws

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Councillor Davie Paterson at Hawick police station.

Furore over closure of Hawick police station’s cells at weekend

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Borders children’s lives could be at risk if school crossing patrols cut, council told

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Melrose Primary School.

Inspectors criticise out-of-school club

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Langlee Primary School, Galashiels.

Langlee Early Years Centre makes grade in national education awards

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2018 champions, Melrose PS are pictured with Councillor Euan Jardine, Jamie Wallace (Depute Headteacher, Melrose PS) and Councillor Carol Hamilton.

Melrose pupils are masters of the Euroquiz

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Children's author Julia Donaldson with youngsters at Galashiels Library.

Borders youngsters brought to book by Gruffalo author Julia

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Figures reveal Scottish Borders Council’s staff cut by a quarter since 2011

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The stone cladding decorative wall, at the bottom of Corbylinn Road, is flaking away, just a year after it was built.

Flood wall to be fixed soon, says project’s boss

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Wait for Hawick’s new superstore is over

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Hawick and Hermitage councillor Davie Paterson surveying the state of the B6399 to Newcastleton from Hawick.

New enterprise agency could put Borders on road to better future, meeting told

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Figures reveal Scottish Borders Council’s staff cut by a quarter since 2011

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Hawick High Street.

Closing Hawick High Street to cars could be way ahead, meeting told

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Motocross bikes stolen in Selkirk

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Eyemouth Community Resilience exercise, testing how they'd cope with a major flooding incident, with support from Scottish Borders Council, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Police Scotland.

Leaders sought for new emergency crew

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Former councillor Bill Lamb, who died last week, aged 81.

Bill could light up a room – once literally!

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Blogger attacks spring netting

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The volunteers ready for their litter-picking campaign.

It’s tidy, keep it that way

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Councillor urges community to help tackle dog fouling in graveyards

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Borders scientist Ian Wilmut reveals Parkinson’s diagnosis

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Business card...has been created as part of FEAT's upcoming fifth anniversary in May, highlighting the sepsis warning signs people should be aware of.

Video: Sepsis - 20 second-long video could save your life

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Borders General Hospital.

Borders hospital hit by norovirus

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NHS Borders Chief Executive, Jane Davidson, Dr Dorothy Logie and Chairman John Raine with The Logie Legacy Chair Dr Brian Magowan

NHS Borders builds strong links with Zambian hospital

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